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warfare. >> quick story while we're talking about technology. it has been rumored google would unveil their google glasses. the glasses that you wear that can take video and pictures. they released a new video yesterday that sort of confirmed it is out there. that they're coming. you put these glasses on. it has like a little block situation up at the top corner. you can take photos with it. you can send messages, e-mails launch a video chat, hangout you can conduct a search, get driving directions, get the weather, all of these on the glasses that you wear. the prototype, you can preorder for the low low price of $1500. >> bill: i'm surprised it is that low. there is a story in the new york times in the business section about the big issue now with these computer glasses or what are they? >> they're calling them google glasses. or gaggle glass. -- or google glass. >> bill: they want them to be stylish like ray-bans. >> don't want to be nerdy. >> i'll tweet out a link so you can see what they look like. >> bill: i'm sorry. i don't want -- i spend a lot of time on my computer but i don
a few people. you google friends of hamas you find this isn't even a friends of hamas website. you find out this is some guy told ben shapiro and he ran with it. there is no accountability. >> cenk: so now ben shapiro totally unapologetic. he calls the daily news reporter a hack, and saying, hey i stand by my source. story. i had a source. i had a source who told me there was friends of hamas. is that good enough? i have one source, it is what it is, and my job is to report what the source said. >> you look at his first article he said he's citing senate sources. plural sources. then he said today that he only had one source. so he's lying it's not journalistically appropriate to say that you have more sources when you only have one. i work with a gossip outlet. sometimes we run rumors, too. when you have an unnamed sources you need two to go with it. then you can say i have two sources this is why chuck hagel is not releasing his documents because he has received donations from friends of hamas. come on, this is not real. that's not even gossip-news level accountability. that's a compl
there and start a company. meanwhile, facebook has growing offices in dublin and google is complaining of immigration issues. >> michael: i know a lot of ceos are putting their effort into comprehensive immigration reform. you believe it should be stand alone. it should not be part of comprehensive reform, is that right? >> true. congress has approval rating of 14%. without overwhelming pressure i wouldn't trust them with a box of matches. comprehensive immigration re retournament is a divisive simple but visa and start up they would more likely to succeed. >> michael: it's a conversation you don't see very often because we all have one idea of what immigration reform would look like and what they work towards but this is a very serious part of the economy and it's being hurt by too strict of an immigration policy. >> 40% of companies were found by immigrants or their children. it's starving this country of the same kind of risk takers that made the american economy. >> michael: really interesting stuff. something that you don't hear too much about immigration. coming up, dirty smoke f
with another girl on russian google maps. the street view is creepy. it is creepy. invasive. right? >> i think it's great because when you get to your destination, you know -- well not if you're marina. she was looking up an address using the web site street view feature when she happened across a man who looked like alexander her boyfriend of five years with his arms around a woman that did not look like her. he immediately confessed to everything and then she broke up with him. [ ding ding ] [ applause ] >> those street views aren't instantaneous. that could have been taken awhile ago. >> stephanie: he should have thought about that. oh, that? google notoriously updated. you know how many businesses have been shut down? >> street view isn't the view right that very second. >> stephanie: really? i didn't know that. >> just letting you know and russia know, too. >> stephanie: okay. all right. lots to get to. we've got a sequest errand all of that there stuff. 17 minutes after the hour. we continue on "the stephanie miller show." >> announcer: call stephanie now. she's easy. 1-800-steph-12. bre
did not realize that that digital divide included google. >> stephanie: right. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: you have got to hear -- at writer explained this how he inadvertently created the myth that chuck hagel spoke to a nonexistent hamas group. >> exactly. and then they dig their heels in. basically what happened this guy dan friedman wrote -- he was trying to get out of his sources for stories, and he was joking around with the republican senate aide. he is like did he get money from this or that group. >> stephanie: he said has he given a speech to the friends of hamas. >> so this senate aid -- and friedman checked back in anything from friends from hamas? so all of a sudden this senate aid must have been gossiping around the office because right-martin news -- >> stephanie: there is the headline. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: white house spokesman ducks questions on friends of hamas. >> yes and then dan freedman comes out and explained why this probably happened and they refused to correct their story. >> stephanie: righ
to -- little homework assignment here. you know what i would do with a question like that, google it right away. i can't do it on the air. there are studies out there that document that. let's put a couple of them up on our web site for dennis and other viewers and listeners who may want to learn more about this. i'll tell you they keep you busy. always lots to write about. always lots to talk about. it is good that you take this time to come in and share it with us. >> thanks for having me. >> bill: when we come back, i'll have a quick parting shot for today. >> announcer: this is the "bill press show." [ woman ] our guests go crazy for lobsterfest. my favorite entree is the lobster lover's dream. what's yours? come celebrate lobsterfest and sea food differently. (vo) current tv gets the converstion started next. >> i'm a slutty bob hope. >> you are. >> the troops love me. the sweatshirt is nice and all but i could use a golden lasso. (vo) only on current tv. >> announcer: the parting shot with bill press. should is the "bill press show." >> bill: well, you know, it is a slow news day when t
the googles of the world and the ability to target and harness information. it is a whole different world. >> bill: yeah. >> but to youring point, bill the issue of loss of data security and the inability to protect what is thought to be private, it is a real problem. there are such an enormous range of issues and it is also the new warfare. it's the new domain of international security play. where we're able to use a virus, on the other end the chinese are hacking into our hospitals, our newspapers, who knows why. so this is a new science fiction-type domain where we have got to think long and hard about what is going on and how to protect ourselves. >> bill: it's a whole new arena, right on how do we fight back? >> right. this is where -- the geeky kids who were -- [ laughter ]. >> they are the new action here rose. >> bill: all right. i can't figure it out, i keep reading about it, and following it, who is going to be the next mayor of new york? >> i have not the foggiest idea. >> bill: and you are a lot closer to it than i am. >> we're going to flip a coin. there wer
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